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Survival Frog Tact Bivvy 2.0 Emergency Sleeping Bag w/Stuff Sack, Carabiner, Survival Whistle, ParaTinder - Compact, Lightweight, Waterproof, Reusable, Thermal Bivy Sack Cover, Shelter Kit

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Color: New 2.0 Tactical Orange


  • HeatEcho Thermal Reflective Material
  • ULTRA LIGHTWEIGHT COMPACT SLEEPING BAG: Made out of ultra-lightweight HeatEcho reflective polyester film, this thermal survival blanket sleeping bag weighs just 4.8 ounces. It also compresses into a tiny oversized stuff sack, so you can reuse and carry our emergency sleeping bags with your survival kit everywhere you go. Use as a sleeping bag liner and raise your body temperature by 20!
  • MADE FOR EMERGENCIES: The bright orange color of this light weight sleeping bag cover helps rescuers identify you with ease. Plus, the HeatEcho material reflects 90% of your body's heat back to you, making it an essential survival tool and addition to your bug out bag, emergency shelter, camping gear or car emergency kit.
  • INCREDIBLY DURABLE: 100% WATERPROOF: For its weight and thinness, these sleeping bags will surprise you with their strength. Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, but large enough for a 7-foot person. The material ensures these sacks are tear-resistant, windproof, AND waterproof. Plus, these emergency Tact Bivvy bags feature reinforced taped seams, creating weather-resistant barriers between you and the frigid cold.
  • MULTI-PURPOSE: The drawstring is actually para-tinder paracord, so you can use it to tie down your gear or expose the tinder cord and use it as a fire starter! On the end of the drawstring you will find a 120-decibel whistle for emergencies, and a carabiner so you can clip it to your bag or pack. Be prepared don't forget to add this emergency outdoor thermal sleeping bag on your emergency kit.
  • PREPARING MADE EASY: Survival Frog has over 10 years of experience in the industry and is one of the largest and most trusted sources for survival and preparedness products online. We believe it is everyone's responsibility to prepare for potential threats with at least a 72-hour supply of the essentials.


Stay Alive With The Tact Bivvy 2.0 Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, but large enough for a 7-foot man. The Tact Bivvy is made of ultra-lightweight HeatEcho material. Being waterproof and windproof, you'll stay warm even in the coldest conditions. Add this essential piece of gear to your bug out bag or camping equipment to be ready for anything. Read more Preparing Made Easy Portable and flexible designed to be tough for outdoor activities take it camping, hiking, and backpacking. Tear-proof, windproof, and waterproof and taped seams for added strength. Made of lightweight and ultra-thin HeatEcho reflective polyester film material with a carabiner makes it easy to clip to your bag or pack. Easy to use, no special instructions needed. Unfold and use like a regular sleeping blanket to help elevate your body temperature no matter the conditions. Features: Whistle 120 Decibel whistle to alert rescuers. Para-Tinder Drawstring Over 10 inches of para-tinder drawstring to securely close the stuff sack. Expose the inner cord to use as a flammable fire starter. Convenient Stuff Sack Can be stuffed back into the oversized stuff sack for multiple uses. Sleeping Bag with HeatEcho Technology Reflects 90% of your body's heat back to you. Read more Tough Tesla Lighter Sleeping Bag Canned Meat Solar Panel Product QuickHeat Handwarmer PRO Long Lasting ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Survival Kit ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Made for Emergencies ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Travel Ready ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

Brand: ‎Survival Frog

Color: ‎New 2.0 Tactical Orange

Occupancy: ‎1

Seasons: ‎All Seasons

Material: ‎HeatEcho Thermal Reflective Material

Fill Material: ‎Down

Product Dimensions: ‎4"L x 2.5"W

Closure Type: ‎Drawstring

Item Weight: ‎0.3 Pounds

Fabric Type: ‎HeatEcho Thermal Reflective Material

Size: ‎Ultra-Compact

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: ‎5.08 x 2.76 x 2.68 inches

Package Weight: ‎0.14 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎4 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches

Brand Name: ‎Survival Frog

Model Name: ‎Tact Bivvy

Suggested Users: ‎""

Manufacturer: ‎Survival Frog


Style: ‎Survival Frog

Fill Material Type: ‎Down

Skill Level: ‎Beginner, Novice, Expert

Date First Available: October 17, 2016

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  • Its waterproof and very warm
Color: New 2.0 Tactical Green
I bought this to put in my bag in case I ever needed it and at The Gathering Of The Juggalos, I very much needed it. It was storming for the week I was there, even though our tent was water resistant, condensation would drip in and a couple tears formed so our tent had some decent puddles. I opened this bivvy up on top of a puddle in the tent, and it completely kept out all the water. Very very warm too, not the most ideal for an Ohio summer night but it’ll keep you toasty. Upon waking up, the inside was totally coated with my sweat, so I decided to just use it as a “dry” bag to keep my stuff in for protection from the rain. I put in 2 heavily-stuffed backpacks and a garbage bag of clothes into the bivvy, I was immediately impressed, the material is strong, didnt show any signs of ripping or tearing while I picked it up and allowed the weight of my backpacks to hang in it. TLDR: 1. I slept in a rain puddle and stayed dry, although the inside got coated in sweat. 2, very thermal insulating, kept me very warm, hence the sweat. 3, strong material that wont rip under normal circumstances. Although I was not in a “survival” situation, this bivvy came in handy in a rainy tent at a music festival when we had no car to stay dry in. I would buy again, its very compact and light, you can keep multiple in a bag and it will serve its purposes ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2022 by Roderick

  • Perfect
Color: New 2.0 Tactical Green
Perfect for my bug out bag. Takes up little space and is super lightweight.
Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2022 by Carlos

  • I have it in case of emergency will keep in car
Color: New 2.0 Tactical Green
I liked the color can conceal my area with out being noticed in a wood line
Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2022 by Amazon Customer

  • Great Complement to my Emergency Prep
Color: New 2.0 Tactical Green
I purchased this product to round out my Get-Home bag, which doubles as an emergency kit for my Jeep. I was surprised how lightweight and compact this product is. After having read many reviews - both positive and negative - I decided to remove the bag from its pouch. While the material is very thin, I expected it to be more so, making it likely to be a one-time, disposable bag. Instead, if treated properly, should last for several uses - should anyone experience the misfortune of finding themselves in an emergency situation more than once... Being nearly 6’ and 230 lbs, I wanted to make sure the bag could accommodate me so I opened it up, stepped into it and pulled it up over my head. Very quickly, I noticed it’s heat-retaining qualities. It seems entirely capable of performing as advertised, tho laying on my living room floor is far different from huddling under a makeshift shelter on a temperature-plummeting night; I hope I’ll never need to put this product to the test. Keep in mind this product is wind and waterproof, meaning it is a moisture barrier inside AND out. As the directions state, condensation will occur inside the bag if you don’t allow for occasional ventilation. It’s like being in a giant trash bag. Use common sense and one can stay warm and dry for the extent of its need. Many complained in their reviews of not being able to refold and roll the bag tightly enough to get it back to its original size and into the pouch. While it did take about ten minutes to be sure all the air was removed from it as it was folded, I assure you it is entirely possible to get it back into its pouch exactly as it was received. In my opinion, this was money well-spent and recommend it for any emergency need. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2019 by DEBacon

  • Good for Day pack or Car E-kit
Color: New 2.0 Tactical Green
This is essentially a long plastic bag of reasonable quality. Seams are reinforced. I could easily scoot into the thing with ample room-length and width - at 5'10", 170lbs. Quality stuff sack, working emergency whistle with built in d-ring. I opted to use this product for my day pack / car e-kit with the assumption of addressing short-term emergencies (inside of 5 days). Based on the assumption of addressing a short-term emergency: LIKE: sturdy for intent, lightweight, small, repackable (I took it out for fit and to see if a fleece sleeping bag would fit in it & vice versa) DISLIKE: super-noisy (not ideal for BOB when you may need to be quiet even when your tossing & turning at night), a bit pricey even though I like the thing I feel like the components are pretty inexpensive to have a lower price point For my BOB, I chose a SOL Escape (more money) in combination with a cheapo flannel Coleman sleeping bag. The BOB means you're probably not coming back home and may need to be wherever for an extend period of time. While the Tact Bivvy is a thin polyester plastic to maintain lightness and packability, I am not convinced it would hold up to pulling it in and out of the bag for extended periods of 'wandering.' While I am pleased with the purchase, I think it could be a bit less expensive hence 4 stars. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2020 by ValueHunter

  • Small and compact
Color: New 2.0 Tactical Orange
This bivvy is light and compact. Its going to replace my 25 yr old bivvy which is 3 times the size and weights quite a bit more.
Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2022 by beachbum

  • Don't know How Well It Will Hold Up Over Time
Color: New 2.0 Tactical Green
So my purpose for purchasing this sleeping bag was emergency survival. I don't expect long term use out of it, I do expect it to do its job for one or two nights and I think in that context it will do well.
Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2021 by William E.

  • Emergency Kit Essential
Color: New 2.0 Tactical Orange
This is exactly what I wanted for my emergency kit when hunting and backpacking. There are a lot of great reviews for this item. One should note, this is an emergency item. It is not meant to be a cheap way to replace your sleeping bag while on an overnight journey. This is for emergencies and if you keep your head and are reasonably prepared, this may very well save your life. It is NOT meant for you to insert your sleeping bag into as a cover. Maybe if you were out and exposed and there was a terrible rain or snow storm, maybe you would insert your sleeping bag. This item does not "breath" so condensation will build up and could soak your bag. Frankly I would not use it as an "insert" to my sleeping bag. Again, it does not "breath" and condensation will build up. This well made bizy sack is meant for emergencies and could very well save your life. If you take it out of the sack, it takes time to put it back in. It is not a toy for your kids sleep overs. IF I have to use this bizy sack, I plan to use it only once and that is because I would have messed up and got stuck somewhere. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2019 by HenryR

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